With such a large N swell, the spot to go was the west side. Wilson was spotted over there too while this is my pick of Jimmie Hepp's album of the windsurfing action.
5am significant buoy readings and discussion.
Too much N wrap in the water for the buoys to detect any southerly energy. The Lahaina webcam was heavily stuttering yesterday and it still is today, but if you refresh it enough you should be able to get a few images here and there. This one shows an unimpressive wave, but it's pretty clear that it belong to the N wrap. That means that there's waves in the Puamana and Lahaina area.
7ft @ 13s from 29° (NNE)
10.7ft @ 15s from 2° (N)
11.3ft @ 15s from 359° (N)
8.6ft @ 15s from 360° (N)
Wind map at noon.
High Tide High Tide Low Tide Low Tide Sunrise Sunset
7:01a +2.2 11:10p +0.6 6:48a 5:45p
North Pacific has a NE windswell fetch.
Couple of small fetches in the South Pacific, but nothing of relevance.